“Designed in 1969 when Christine [Lord] was 21 as a special project to create a corporate identity for the new Oxford Polytechnic. The face was originally called Lord Lower Case Linked, but was later renamed Oxford when picked up by Face Photosetting. It was then made available as dry transfer lettering by Letraset.” — Kecske Bak
Berthold’s E1 shows additional Oxford Inline and Oxford Outline styles.
There are various digitizations, including the freebies Scene by Dave Jeffery (2009, with an added uppercase) and Oxford CP by Claude Pelletier AKA Diogene (2010), as well as the commercial Profonts Oxford (2011, initially released as Sportowy).
Listen To The Music by The Doobie Brothers, 1974 Edition1974
Photo(s) by “Klaus Hiltscher” on Flickr.
What Were Once Vices Are Now Habits by The Doobie Brothers1974
- Chas Barbour
Contributed by Florian Hardwig